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Greyhound school which consists of training regime that is designed to prepare the greyhound for the race track.
The mother of a greyhound.
An independant body established to oversee the commerical and integrity interests of the greyhound industry.
Australia's peak greyhound racing body with representatives from each state's governing bodies.
A mechanical device covered by fur to depict a rabbit the greyhounds chase.
The early stage of training a greyhound in controlled manner before they are broken in.
The father of a greyhound.
Either conducted solo or with other greyhounds, running at a track in conditions similar to racing where an indication of how the greyhound is preforming can be obtained.
The birth date for a litter of pups.
A term given to a greyhound that has a serious injury that temporarily or permanently prevents it from racing.
A term used to describe the slowing down, changing in stride or direction of a greyhound when its path is blocked or interfered with in a race.
In every race, a camera automatically takes a rolling photo as each greyhound crosses the finishing line. This photo is used to ensure that all greyhounds have been declared in the correct finishing order.
A term to describe the withdrawal of a greyhound from a race. Common reasons for this are injury or illness.
A term used to describe the period of time a greyhound is resting from racing and training.
Officials at a race meeting who have the responsibility of enforcing the rules of racing.
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